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Uncover Behavior’s Impact on Academic Success

There is a growing school of thought around behavior’s effect on student achievement. FAST™ recognizes this important connection and is the only solution to bring a view of students’ social-emotional behavior together with their academic screening.

As part of your all-in-one subscription, you receive evidence-based Computer-Adaptive Testing (CAT) and Curriculum-Based Measures (CBM) measures for universal screening and progress across reading, math and behavior to form a more complete picture of student achievement and inform instruction and interventions that nurture the whole child.

Learn more about the science behind our behavior measures and how they work within our integrated formative assessment system.

SAEBRS

The Social, Academic, and Emotional Behavior Risk Screener (SAEBRS) identifies students grades K-12 who are at-risk for academic, social, and/or emotional behaviors. SAEBRS can also universally screen by class, grade or school to identify trends that may need class-wide attention. 

DevMilestones

DevMilestones provides data by evaluating each student’s performance relative to established milestones across the Preschool through Kindergarten years. Capture the time and stage at which students demonstrate these skills—from emerging levels through to mastery. 

Direct Behavior Rating

The Direct Behavior Rating (DBR) is a criterion-referenced rating scale currently in Lab Status, used to track student development in key areas of skill and performance across the school year. Evaluate each student’s performance relative to established milestones across the Preschool through Kindergarten years.

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